According to Zhang, Crimea is visited by 6,000 Chinese tourists per year, "but this is not the ceiling, so we will work in this area in order to increase the number of our tourists." He also said that Crimea was not only a resort for China, but also an attractive region in which it is possible to implement joint investment projects.
Zhang asked the Crimean Council of Ministers to provide assistance to Chinese businesses that come to work on the peninsula, as well as promote the opening of the office of the Chinese consulate general in Crimea. Burlakov, in turn, said that a delegation of the Crimean government planned to visit China this autumn. He said that this visit would open up prospects for the development of further economic and cultural relations between the regions.
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